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Ways to Cool Off This Month

As we enter into the hottest months here in Chiang Mai, everyone is looking for a way to escape the heat. If you find yourself desperate for a cool-down, check out these spots for some refreshing dips, thrills, and nature escapes.

Mae Sa Waterfall

For those looking for something natural, why not pop over to the Mae Sa Waterfall and escape your hot-weather woes. There is a short hike to get you nice and sweaty before you cool off in one of the eight tiers of waterfall lagoons.

Doi Suthep-Pui National Park
053 210 244, 053 295 041

Grand Canyon Waterpark

The Grand Canyon is a classic destination for locals and tourists alike. In recent years it has developed into a waterpark, complete with inflatable obstacle courses and even a wakeboarding line.

Open 9am – 6.30pm
202 Moo 3 Namprae, Hang Dong
Facebook: Grandcanyonwaterpark
063 672 4007

White Water Rafting

If you prefer some excitement while you get splashed with water while forgetting the heat of the city, then try out some white water rafting — we hear the best routes are along the Mae Taeng River.

find trips on Tripzii.co

Mountain Float at Mae Ngat Dam

The Mae Ngat Dam has loads of floating hotels and restaurants that you can choose from, but we suggest you go with the creame of the crop and book into Mountain Float — fully equipped with karaoke machine, hot water bath tubs and all the play things you could ever want.

Mae Ngat Dam, Mae Taeng
Mountainfloat.net
093 615 6365

A Hotel Pool

Take your pick from hundreds of hotel pools such as the stylish rooftop pool at akyra Manor or Le Meridien, or older but more classic pools such as Lotus Pang Suan Kaew or Shangri-La. Each hotel charges differently so go with your budget, and your style.

Friendly Slip n Fly

A simple slide and a big pool below that is surrounded by a café and a bar. Perfect for escaping the inner city heat without having to leave the inner city.

59 Soi Siritorn, Santitum
Facebook: Friendlyslipnfly
082 932 0243

Tube Trek Water Park

This is by far the most modern and exciting waterpark in the city, with giant slides and loop the loop water flumes that leave you gasping for breath before plunging into the pool below, although there are more mellow rides for all the family to enjoy.

Open 11am – 6pm
tubetrekwaterparkchiangmai.com
Facebook: Tube Trek Water Park Chiangmai
052 010 123